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Trump announces visit to California as deadly wildfires rage


US President Donald Trump says he will visit California and meet emergency services there as record fires smother the West Coast in dense smog. Speaking at a Nevada campaign event, Trump also attacks presidential challenger Joe Biden for "selling out America" and declares "nobody has ever stood up to China like we have".

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